Tomasz Suchan

Tomasz Suchan






The Institute, established in 1953, is a scientific body of the Polish Academy of Sciences, conducting research on biodiversity, geobotany, archaeobotany, plant ecology, evolutionary systematics and biogeography. One of the main research themes is using modern genetic and genomic techniques for phylogeography, phylogeny and evolution, as well as conservation genetics.


I obtained my PhD in ecology and evolution at the University of Lausanne in 2015. I am a population geneticist and phylogeographer working on a vast array of plants and animals. I am also involved in developing genomic methods to measure biodiversity, including historical DNA from museum specimens.

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